EECA - Using the correct tyre pressure
New Zealand Police - Is Your Vehicle Roadworthy & Tyre Safety
New Tyres, Puncture Repairs,
Wheel Balancing & Wheel Alignment
When requesting a free quote for tyre replacement you will need to provide us with your tyre size. Please have this information handy before proceeding to the form page.
This is an example of the identification number placed on the wall of your existing car tyre. Should you have any problem in finding this identification number just drop in to our service centre where we can identify the tyre size, and condition.
Tyres are the only source of contact between your car and the road. Your car's stopping distance, cornering and fuel efficiency are all affected by the condition of your tyres.
1. As your tyres wear and tread depth decreases, your grip reduces and stopping distances increase in wet conditions.
2. 1.5mm is the legal minimum tread depth - any less and you won't pass a WOF inspection. Remember, the deeper the tread, the safer you'll be.
3. A an easy way to check your tread depth is to insert a 20c coin into the tread. The base of the number 20 is approximately 2mm from the edge of the coin, so if you can see the whole of the number, it's time to think about replacing your tyres.
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